La Biblia que leyó Jesús [NOOK Book]

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Si usted cree que el Antiguo Testamento es un simple libro misterioso, no es así; es la Biblia que Jesús leyó, usó y amó. El Antiguo Testamento es la biografía de Dios, el relato apasionado de su encuentro con la gente. Es también el preámbulo de la historia de Jesús, que encarnó a Dios para vivir entre nosotros. Phillip Yancey desafía al creyente de hoy a valorar al Antiguo Testamento tanto como al Nuevo brindándole una visión novedosa y refrescante en La Biblia que leyó Jesús....
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Overview

Si usted cree que el Antiguo Testamento es un simple libro misterioso, no es así; es la Biblia que Jesús leyó, usó y amó. El Antiguo Testamento es la biografía de Dios, el relato apasionado de su encuentro con la gente. Es también el preámbulo de la historia de Jesús, que encarnó a Dios para vivir entre nosotros. Phillip Yancey desafía al creyente de hoy a valorar al Antiguo Testamento tanto como al Nuevo brindándole una visión novedosa y refrescante en La Biblia que leyó Jesús.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780829778281
  • Publisher: Vida
  • Publication date: 6/25/2013
  • Language: Spanish
  • Sold by: Zondervan Publishing
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • File size: 3 MB

Meet the Author

Philip Yancey es periodista, autor de varios éxitos de librería y conferencista. Sus más de veinte libros son conocidos por su honestidad, profundas búsquedas en torno a la fe cristiana, especialmente en lo que concierne a interrogantes y dilemas personales. Millones de ávidos lectores lo consideran como un compañero confiable en la búsqueda de una fe que importe. Philip y su esposa Janet viven en Colorado.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 2, 2001

    Gotta Check it Out

    Yancey does it again, and this time on a subject near and dear to me: The Hebrew Cannon (AKA, the Old Testament, or TaNaK). Granted, it is not some great revelation into the theology of Jesus' day, but it was a good insight into how the TaNaK fits in with the B'rit Chadesha (New Testament), and even offers some attempt at bringing the two views of G-d together. Some people don't like the TaNaK because it deals with an angry G-d. To them, I suggest you read 'Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God' by Jonathan Edwards (he was a pastor in the 1750's) and you'll see how recent this 'G-d is coated with sugar and wouldn't hurt a fly' theology is. Then, read Yancey again. Nothing he talks about is really all that easy to come to terms with, but, then again, neither was 'The Jesus I Never Knew' and it was still acclaimed. Perhaps it's the subject matter that trips people up. And because of that, I can't think of a reason not to read it.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2013

    If you are looking to learn a little more about the Old Testament this is a good book.

    I'm not reader but this book kept my attention. Reading the books of the Bible that are explored in this is good also.

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